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Moss Spillane, RIP

Wednesday 20th May, 2020



We are shocked and deeply saddened by the news of the death of our very good friend Moss Spillane. Moss was always a gentleman. His smile settled many nerves on big game days. His love of Kerry GAA was well known. He had the respect, trust and friendship of everyone involved with Kerry GAA. We have lost a great man, may Moss rest in peace. Our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Moss Spillane Ar dheis Dé go...

GAA Gambling Awareness Webinar

Sunday 10th May, 2020



A message from Kerry GAA Health and Wellbeing Committee;The Community & Health Section Croke Park, hosted a Webinar with Oisín McConville, Justin Campbell and Niall McNamee focusing on Gambling awareness.Individuals with gambling problems may be more severely impacted from COVID-19 due to stress, financial worries, job losses, lack of other social outlets, etc. This can be the case for those who...


Personal Wellbeing WebinarHosted by the Community and Health Section, Croke Park on Tuesday next.This webinar aims to introduce participants to approaches and resources to safeguard their personal wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic. It will be presented by Alan Kerins, Tom Parsons and Colin ReganTitle: Celebrating and Supporting our OfficersWhen: Tuesday, 12 May from 7pm – 8:15pmWhere: Live...

Minding your Mental Health

Saturday 25th April, 2020



Below is a poster received from the Community & Health Section in Croke Park with tips on how to mind our Mental Health, which is so important during these times. A PDF of the graphic can be downloaded here --> Covid-19 Minding Your Mental Health.pdfHerewith also is a link to all the information pertaining to the GAA and Covid 19 , which is collated on the GAA's National Web Site:...


Update from the Kerry GAA County Board Chairman Public health is and always has been the number one priority and we in Kerry GAA have played our part from the outset.While the Government announcement regarding mass gatherings on Tuesday wasn't entirely unexpected, it nonetheless brings a certain level of clarity as to how we might look at potential options for our games post August. The CCC are the subcommittee...

Getting through COVID-19 Together

Saturday 18th April, 2020



Getting through COVID-19 TogetherThe Department of Health, The HSE and Healthy Ireland have launched a new site offering advice and tips on how you can look after your mental wellbeing and cope with your new daily routine: https://www.gov.ie/en/campaigns/together/ Here you will find supports and information across a number of areas of wellbeing.They have also provided a link to some online counselling and...


The GAA acknowledges last weekend’s Government announcement of the extension of current restrictions until May 5th and its impact on the scheduling of sporting events and working practices, and has factored the extension of the arrangements into its contingency planning.To that end, the Association can confirm that club activity remains suspended until May 5th.The Senior inter-county...

Condolences

Monday 13th April, 2020



Today our thoughts are with two families. We think of Jonathan Lyne and the great Lyne family as today they lay Damien to rest. A young man taken far too soon. We also sympathise with Kerry team doctor - Michael Finnerty - on the passing of his sister Anna. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a n-anamacha.


As we approach the long weekend please see below and attached a number of resources that may be beneficial for you to share with your networks; Stress ControlHSE, Health & Wellbeing will be offering a Stress Control programme online, commencing Monday the 13th April 2020, via www.stresscontrol.org. This 3 week programme for adults aged 18 and over is free of charge to the public and delivered by Dr Jim White,...

Covid-19 Correspondence for GAA Units

Tuesday 07th April, 2020



A MESSAGE FOR GAA CLUB MEMBERSA chairde,We are living in the most extraordinary times. The Coronavirus pandemic has changed almost everything about our world and has impacted upon so much of what we thought was normal about our lives. Like all sport, Gaelic Games have gone into hibernation. But it is a source of enormous pride to us that what has not disappeared or become dormant has been the spirit and the passion for...

2019 GAA MacNamee Award Winners

Monday 30th March, 2020


GAA PRESS RELEASENuacht Ráiteas 30ú Márta 20202019 GAA MacNamee Award WinnersThe winners of the 2019 MacNamee Awards have been confirmed by the GAA.The GAA National Communication and Media Awards are named after the late Pádraig MacNamee, former President of the GAA, Chairman of the GAA Commission (1969-1971) and member of the RTÉ authority.They are presented annually...


PRESS RELEASEMonday, 30 March 2020 COVID-19 COMMUNITY RESPONSE – NEW FREEPHONE LINE PHONE: 1800 807 009TEXT ‘SUPPORT’ and your NAME to 50555EMAIL: covidsupport@kerrycoco.ie COVID-19 KERRY COMMUNITY RESPONSE FORUM LEADS THE RESPONSEINFORMATION LEAFLET BEING DISTRIBUTED TO KERRY HOUSEHOLDSTHOUSANDS OF VOLUNTEERS MOBILISE TO SUPPORT THE VULNERABLE A new telephone helpline has been...

Some good advice to take on-board!

Saturday 21st March, 2020



During this time of uncertainty surrounding Covid 19, as we are all keeping our social distance, it is important that we look after our own wellbeing and the wellbeing of those around us. These tips aim to support you in doing just that.


St. John of God Kerry Services Emergency Staffing COVID-19. Dear AllI wish to refer to the present crisis that is affecting our country namely the COVID-19 Virus.We understand that many of you may be on temporary layoff during this time.The reason for this contact is to establish and identify if you would be willing to engage with our recruitment process in order to support the Service, in the event that this might be...

Gaeltacht Scholarships

Friday 13th March, 2020



Gaeltacht ScholarshipsApplications for scholarship grants must come through the local District Boards. Applicants must be “active” club members and grants are limited to one per club. As this grant scheme is funded by the GAA, it therefore can only benefit GAA members. Further information from Christy Killeen, Cultural Officer.

County Finals of Scór Sinsear Postponed

Thursday 12th March, 2020



COISTE SCÓR CHIARRAÍDue to the directive regarding the Coronavirus this morning; the County Finals of Scór Sinsear scheduled for the Community Centre, Milltown on this Friday March 13th has been postponed and will go ahead at a later date.

All GAA Activity Suspended

Thursday 12th March, 2020



In light of this morning’s Government announcement, the GAA, An Cumann Camógaíochta and the Ladies Gaelic Football Association have decided to suspend all activity at club, county and educational levels until March 29 (inclusive) from midnight.This is to include all games, training and team gatherings at all ages and all grades.We will continue to liaise with Government officials and...

Kerry U-20's vs Galway

Thursday 12th March, 2020



Best Wishes!We send our best wishes to the Kerry U20 Panel along with their management team of John Sugrue, Kieran O’Leary and Brendan Guiney. They face Galway in the Eirgrid U-20 All Ireland Championship semi-final. The other semi final is between Dublin and Tyrone. The game is fixed for Croke Park at 2pm on St Patrick’s Day. The Team will be announced on Monday....


Keane’s SuperValu Minor Leagues and Credit Union County LeaguesA whole host of games were played on Saturday in the Keane’s SuperValu Minor County Leagues and all the results and updated tables can be found HERE on the Kerry GAA website.Keane's SuperValu Minor County Leagues - results and tablesDivision 1 - http://www.kerrygaa.ie/league/148532/ Division 2 -...

Last League Away Trip for Kerry

Wednesday 11th March, 2020


Last League Away Trip for KerryOn Sunday, Kerry Supporters will make their final long trip of the League rounds and this time the destination is Iniskeen in Monaghan. The game is fixed for 2pm on Sunday. The team will be announced on the Kerry GAA website on Friday evening at 8pm. Tickets are currently on sale with a pre purchase price of €15 and U-16's have free admission. There has been a change announced to...